Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Barclays Plc LSE:BARC London Ordinary Share GB0031348658 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.46p +0.88% 166.46p 166.44p 166.46p 167.92p 165.50p 165.92p 22,913,200 14:07:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,136.0 3,494.0 9.4 17.7 28,703

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24/7/2019
11:01
An impressive small-cap firm with a big future XPS Pensions Group describes itself as “the largest pure pensions consultancy in the UK”. It advises over 1000 pension schemes and administer pensions for over 870,000 members. and employs 1,200 staff across 15 UK locations. XPS Pensions Group’s latest set of figures have revealed a significant improvement. According to the 2019 interim report, revenue growth is up 113% to £52.2m and the dividend is up 10%. Adjusted operating profit is up 63% to £11.4m and business growth is up 3.3%. The share price has enjoyed a rally over recent months, from printing a low of 132p in mid April, to trade at 159p at the time of writing. The 52-week high is 195p and brokers have set a target price of 245p. The share price is currently trading close to the 50-day moving average of 158p, just above the 200-day moving average sited at 150p. This could be technical evidence that price is ready to bounce back.
bernie37
24/7/2019
10:19
Ken I think xps could go over 200p in the next 12 months Take a look
portside1
24/7/2019
09:51
ah!! the foul-mouthed moron has a new identity!!!!
sidarthur2
24/7/2019
09:50
Started buying Xps shares ex div 26 Aug 4.3p solid company and now 115 p should go over 145p by ex div Xps
portside1
24/7/2019
08:21
‘Pro-China’ Boris Johnson ‘enthusiastic’ about belt and road plan Britain’s next prime minister welcomes Chinese investment and students to ‘most open economy in Europe’ https://www.scmp.com/print/news/china/diplomacy/article/3019884/pro-china-boris-johnson-enthusiastic-about-belt-and-road-plan China's trillion dollar belt and road plan to dominate global trade Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvXROXiIpvQ
johnwise
24/7/2019
07:46
The Deal that Merkel wrote that sees the UK as a Vassal State of the EU a Colony is totally unacceptable, and May was deluded beyond belief ever to have accepted the document. Best wishes Boris, but ditch that deal, it was the reason you and David Davis resigned from the Cabinet.
johnwise
24/7/2019
05:12
u think boris is bad, well labour/lib dem or snp would be hell for us with money.... wealth taxes will be just the start... our economy would collapse within 2 years of these commies.
hellscream
23/7/2019
23:47
Remainers have now lost. The only debate now is Deal or No Deal. Hopefully it’s a deal but it must remove or amend the backstop to be acceptable. If I were Boris, my first visit would be to Ireland, sort Varadkar out and it’s job done.
warranty
23/7/2019
23:04
Like it pete160. See what the likes of Grieve and Miller try and do about that if it comes to it.
cheshire pete
23/7/2019
23:00
July nearly finished...August holiday month...Sept/Oct don't they Party conferences?...tight schedule...
diku
23/7/2019
22:59
Sky News report that Boris Johnson's Cabinet will be 2 thirds Brexit and 1 third Remainer. This is precisely the mistake that Therese May made, when trying to please everybody - and failing catastrophically. Here we go again ?. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ijjp67Pd6nk
johnwise
23/7/2019
22:53
Just a thought but isn't parliament suspended during a general election campaign?Therefore, cleverly timed, Boris could call an election, parliament is suspended in the run up to October 31st and polling day just after Brexit would see ukip and Brexit Party voters turn /return to the tories.Now, there's a cunning plan?!
pete160
23/7/2019
22:47
That will be Corbyn's job demanding a new vote...aka General election band wagon will go into over drive... pete16023 Jul '19 - 22:36 - 131593 of 131593 0 0 0 Pvee. But Boris only got 57 % of the potential votes - I'm surprised you're not out on the streets demanding a new vote?
diku
23/7/2019
22:36
Pvee. But Boris only got 57 % of the potential votes - I'm surprised you're not out on the streets demanding a new vote?Presumably in your world any vote where you don't like the result, you just keep going until you get one you like?:-)
pete160
23/7/2019
21:40
Job done - well done you stupid Tory idiots. You've just voted for a buffoon who has no idea what to do today or tomorrow. Just hot air with no substance. With any luck anyway his reign won't last long, otherwise we're definitely in the sh*t Have to pinch myself to believe it's real In the next election vote for anything that moves as long as it offers everything to everyone !!! Sad state of affairs
pvee
23/7/2019
18:24
Bernie good read
portside1
23/7/2019
17:03
The failure of banking stocks to recover is a continuing source of wonder, given that big names such as Lloyds Banking Group combine dazzlingly high yields with temptingly low valuations. Falling, falling Barclays (LSE: BARC) is another that has failed to make progress, its share price falling another 16% over the past 12 months, and 25% over two years. The £27.6bn FTSE 100 group has, like the rest of the sector, been hit by Brexit, as well as low interest rates, the global economic slowdown, lingering after-effects of the financial crisis, and the subsequent regulatory onslaught. These continue to hit revenues with the bank reporting a 2% drop in the first quarter. Even more worryingly, credit impairment charges and other provisions jumped 56% to £448m, and that’s while the economy still growing. Activist threat Despite that, Barclays Group did post a profit before tax of £1.5bn. This looks good against Q1 2018’s £200m loss (although that was disproportionately hit by litigation and conduct charges). Barclays International continues to pose a conundrum, as profits fall there too. But management is reluctant to offload its investment banking arm, one of the last remaining European remnants following the departure of Deutsche. Activist investor Edward Bramson, who has a 5.5% stake, is on the case. Low interest The cloud hanging over the sector is confirmed by a valuation of just 7.2 times forecast earnings, well below the 17.85% seen on the FTSE 100 as a whole. This either looks like a tempting opportunity or a value trap, depending on your mood. The Barclays share price tempts due to its lowly valuation and 4.7% forecast yield, covered 2.9 times by earnings. Next year, that’s forecast to hit 5.4%. Brexit and the global slowdown remain a menace and with interest rates looking to head back down rather than up, the bank could struggle to improve those all-important net interest margins. Despite these worries, I still believes Barclays merits a place in a well-balanced portfolio.
bernie37
23/7/2019
16:57
Op he is a anti U.K. mp
portside1
23/7/2019
15:53
'' Markets get a Boris Bounce '' Tomorrow's headlines
buywell3
23/7/2019
15:40
Oh cmon Porty even you must see the irony in this post!
micronesiac
23/7/2019
15:01
Closed @ 160.44 for gross profit of £1,005.00. == smurfy2001 - 03 Jul 2019 - 14:22:19 - 131268 of 131584 CFD long 15,000 shares @ 153.70 Short term trade (hopefully). High risk given Brexit but hoping for push prior to results. Hopefully news on an increased interim dividend or buy back on H1 2019 results.
smurfy2001
23/7/2019
14:49
"Who is Keith Starmer?..." More like ...who was Keith Starmer!
optomistic
23/7/2019
14:46
Or is it Keir no it's Keith a man of no honour no morals no balls A gutless scumbag
portside1
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